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Orlando Ayme, 35, (wearing a red poncho), pays for some flour he bought from a vendor in the weekly market in Simiatug (his wife, Ermalinda is by his side on the right, also with red poncho. His youngest son is on his wife's back and Alvarito, 4 is in the blue sweater eating an orange.) He sold two of his sheep at this weekly market in the indigenous community of Simiatug for $35 US in order to buy potatoes, grain and vegetables for his family. ((Supporting image from the project Hungry Planet: What the World Eats.)

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Orlando Ayme, 35, (wearing a red poncho), pays for some flour he bought from a vendor in the weekly market in Simiatug (his wife, Ermalinda is by his side on the right, also with red poncho. His youngest son is on his wife's back and Alvarito, 4 is in the blue sweater eating an orange.) He sold two of his sheep at this weekly market in the indigenous community of Simiatug for $35 US in order to buy potatoes, grain and vegetables for his family. ((Supporting image from the project Hungry Planet: What the World Eats.)